Located on the prestigious Avenue Hoche, only steps away from the Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe and elegant Parc Monceau, the Royal Monceau Raffles Paris is a stylish artistic establishment designed by Philippe Starck offering the legendary Raffles’ service. It places an emphasis on culture and creativity, with its own Art Gallery and Contemporary Art Library and exclusive cinema and offers high-class dining options as well as a private club lounge. It’s well situated just 45 minutes from both Roissy Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports, 15 – 20 minutes from the Gare du Nord for the Eurostar and 30 minutes from Gare de Lyon.
Each of the hotel’s 149 rooms – consisting of 61 suites and three luxury apartments – are impeccably designed and decorated with an emphasis on creativity. Several of the suites are designed by Philippe Starck and feature courtyard or street views, a spacious open area, large bathrooms surrounded by mirrors, walls hung with contemporary artwork from the hotel’s private collection and an acoustic guitar for the musical guest. For comfort, guests can enjoy Clarins toiletries, plush towelling robes and slippers and use of PlayStations on request.
Art lovers can easily while away a few hours perusing the work on display in the ‘Art District’ gallery, the artistic and cultural hub of the hotel, before a browsing the shelves of the La Librairie des Arts bookstore. Guests keen to discover more about the city’s art scene, can find out about the latest art-world news and events in Paris from the hotel’s dedicated cultural mediator based in the ‘Art District’. Don’t forget to catch up with movies at the Sunday Night Film Club at the hotel’s very own 99-seater Katara Cinema.
Dining options at the Royal Monceau Raffles are predominantly western. Enjoy original Italian flavours at the Il Carpaccio restaurant, and traditional and contemporary signature French dishes at Michelin-starred La Cuisine. The Lobby is the perfect place to enjoy light snacks, while the Long Bar is the place to be, evoking the spirit of the 1930s. Guests also have the option to become a member of the Viñales Cigar Club, a cosy lounge filled with books, works of art where connoisseurs of Havanas and Montecristos can enjoy a smoke over a drink.
37 Avenue HocheParisFrance75008